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The first tune is listed as #1486 in O’Neill’s Music of Ireland. The second reel was composed by Cork accordion player Dave Hennessy, who named it after a now defunct pub in that city. The last tune was written around 1875 by T. Errington Thompson, a small-pipe maker from Northumberland in the UK. Originally composed as a hornpipe, it is now often played as a reel.
Dan Possumato — D/G box; Bill Verdier — fiddle; Frances Cunningham — bouzouki; Gerry Whelan — tenor banjo